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From a community-led radio station in Jordan’s largest refugee camp to a Latino market in North London fighting displacement, more than ever before Eysore Issue 4 brings the concrete realities of contemporary urban life to the printed page.
Over a year after the Grenfell tragedy Amika Shah visits the area to find out how the arts have helped the community heal and hope, whilst over in Kyiv, Ukraine we speak with those engaged in the 2014 revolution to see how things are in the city four years later. Elsewhere in the magazine photographer George Selley takes us on his journey across archaeological Britain, Nicholas Smith chronicles the UK’s disappearing public art whilst we also have a special double feature on Beirut.